To my readers,
Boston.com is going through a transition and redesign period and Corner Kicks will not be part of the ride. On April 1, I will be relieved of my duties to cover the New England Revolution, domestic, and international soccer for the page. All of my articles, plus past contributions from Frank Dell’Apa, John Powers, and Monique Walker will be available as an online archive.
I will contribute to Boston.com/The Boston Globe less often, covering sports mostly as a freelancer.
It has been an honor and a privilege to report and analyze soccer for you. This page is considered to be a blog, but please believe me when I say I do not consider myself a blogger. I have told my fellow journalists, colleagues in media relations, and even Globe editors and staff that I take Corner Kicks very seriously. I have treated this like a full-time job.
Thank you again. I am graduating from Brandeis in May and am looking to continue my journalism career. I sincerely hope we cross paths in the future and that you continue to read my work no matter where it appears. Follow me on twitter @juliancardillo…Faber est quisque fortunae suae!
If you want to reach Julian email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on twitter @juliancardillo
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To our readers,
We've added a translation feature to the Corner Kicks blog to assist readers who may be more comfortable reading another language.
Google Translate is not perfect -- we're aware of that -- but it is quite good at getting the main points of the story across. We've successfully used it on The Big Picture, Boston.com's extremely popular world photography site. I'd be eager to hear your feedback on its use in Corner Kicks, in whatever language.
David Beard, Editor, Boston.com